Resultados 1-5 de 100
Does not imply( a ) organic relations necessarily between certain documents , e .
g . gospels and Pauline epistles . . literary dependence in relation to chronology
of documents . . . . . . . the place of Paulinism in early Christian development .
I wish particularly to thank the following scholars who have revised different parts
of my translation : Professor Denney and Dr . H . A . A . Kennedy , who have read
over the Pauline epistles ( with the exception of 1 Corinthians , which has been ...
... read in its own character and circumstances ; and the consequence is that as
books they have all to be placed far down the history , considerably later than the
events which they discuss and narrate , subsequent even to the Pauline letters .
Intuition turned to reflect and justify itself , and by the time that the gospels and
even the Pauline letters were composed this tendency had been widely felt in
most quarters of Christendom . So with the didactic aim . This again did not ...
But a similar characteristic is not absent even from the historical narratives ,
which have their affinities with the epistles It is hardly correct to define the post -
Pauline epistle as the literary form of an evangelical writing in which an unknown
Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - waltzmn - LibraryThing
Can the whole be less than the sum of its parts? Both the virtues and the defects of James Moffatt's translation of the Bible are well-known: It is clear, forceful, and fluid. But it is also rather ... Leer comentario completo